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Hyundai accent 2006 brake lights not working

Every other light works, the reverse lights, rear lights, park lights, hazard light,....but no break lights.  fuses are all good.  What could it be?

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  • cfrazier277 Dec 23, 2008

    Thanks, so I just go to a part store and ask for a brake light switch for a 2006 hyundai accent

  • cfrazier277 Jan 28, 2009

    Thanks for the advice.  Problem solved.  All for less than $20.00!!!

  • rpbgp Apr 19, 2009

    all running lights work, reverse, directional, hazards but no brake lights, 2007 accent

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Brake light switch under the brake pedal. COMMON PROBLEM OF ACCENTS. 15 TO 20 BUCKS

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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    yes you can.

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Check that the brake switch [actvated by brake petal] is grounding when actvated, there is no current to a brake light switch, it is used to ground the brake bulb, use an ohlm meter to check for continuity when switch is actvated by brake petal.

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